Mar 12 2002 by Andrea Bruner
First U.S. District Rep.
Mar 12 2002 by Sharon Knight
Loss of a local steel supplier was the deciding factor in International Utility Structures Inc.’s decision to close its Batesville plant, Robert Jack, president and chief executive officer, said Mo
Mar 12 2002 by Larry Stroud
ASH FLAT – Sharp County has received $106,970 in one-cent sales tax revenue so far this year, a drop of $13,195 from the same time last year, the county’s justices of the peace learned Monday.
Mar 12 2002 by admin
SEARCY – The name of a victim of an assault in White County has not yet been released by the sheriff’s office, and the incident remains under investigation, according to a news release from Sheriff
Award-winning author Jill McCorkle will present the 2002 Leila Lenore Heasley Prize Lecture at Lyon College in Batesville on Wednesday.
The White River Chapter of the Emergency Nurses Association will sponsor a car seat safety checkup from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Independence Ford dealership in Batesville.
Beginning Wednesday, a section of Highway 106 will be closed for the removal of an old bridge, according to Ron Satterwhite with the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department.
A joint investigation by the Independence County Sheriff’s Office and White County has allegedly cleared several recent burglaries in southern Independence County and led to the arrest of eight peo
Mar 12 2002 by Angelia Roberts
Planning commissioners were in agreement at Monday night’s meeting that they need more information concerning the new hydroelectric project to be built at Riverside Park.
If you have purchased anything from Stone County Iron Works or a Hoover vacuum cleaner, a Kohler faucet, products from Aromatique or a Longaberger basket, without knowing it you probably carried it
Mar 11 2002 by admin
Kelsey Ross, 15-month-old daughter of Philip and Amy Ross of Batesville, was the winner of the 2002 Beautiful Baby Contest at the local JCPenney Department Store, according to a news release.
Mar 11 2002 by Larry Stroud
NEWARK – U.S. Rep. Marion Berry told a group at the Newark City Hall on Friday that he hopes a compromise on the farm bill now before Congress can be reached before the March 22 Easter recess.